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Katy Sobey


Voice Coach

Katy lives in Bristol and trained as a voice coach at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School gaining an MFA, and as an actor at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where she was a finalist for the Carlton Hobbs Award and was chosen to perform at the Sam Wanamaker Festival at The Globe.  Katy has worked extensively in regional touring theatre, appeared in numerous BBC Radio 4 dramas and episodes of Poetry Please, and recorded over 250 audiobooks.  Katy was nominated for an Audie Award in 2019 for 'The Tuscan Child' and was one of Audible UK's top rated narrators in 2016.  Katy has a home studio for voice over work.

As a voice coach, Katy was assistant Accent and Dialect Coach on 'A Very Expensive Poison' at Circomedia, and Voice and Dialect Coach on 'Scenes with Girls' and 'Octopus', as part of the BOVTS Summer Season at the Wardrobe Theatre.  

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'Owl' in

The Owl and the Pussycat 

The Irving Studio, Cheltenham Everyman 

Co-production between Cheltenham Everyman and Hammerpuzzle Theatre Company

Transferred to the Tobacco Factory, Bristol. 

Listen to ‘The Woodlanders’ on BBC Radio 4, with Katy playing Marty South, here:

Photo courtesy of Camilla Adams/Hammerpuzzle

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The Unforgotten by laura powell, Audiofile Magazine

Narrator Katy Sobey has a delightful British accent and a delivery that ranges from clipped to languid as the characters and pace of the text demand. Her breathy musings capture the insecurity Betty feels as forbidden love and a vow of silence lead to secrets and a burden of guilt that darken the rest of her life. Sobey skillfully guides listeners through fifty-year time jumps and multiple character shifts as the the effects of those grisly crimes play out to an unexpected resolution. 

For the full review, click here:

A Midsummer Night's Dream, UK Tour

“The production… certainly makes space for one or two shining performances, notably from Kate Craggs and Katy Sobey, as the two young female lovers, Hermia and Helena;”

Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman

The Indian Doctor, BBC 1

This is just a very brief note to thank you for your gem of a contribution to The Indian Doctor this summer. Your charmingly predatory reporter was a perfectly observed and deliciously entertaining treat, and the consummate ease with which you played her was a joy to behold.

Gwennan Sage, Director

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Katy is represented by Rebecca Singer Management:

01295 261494

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